Comings and Goings: Rocky Campbell ’00 selected to lead Career Center
“Rocky brings with him a deep appreciation of the liberal arts education and the knowledge that today’s and tomorrow’s workplace environment will benefit greatly from Lewis & Clark students and alumni,” Dean of Students Anna Gonzalez said.
Campbell comes to Lewis & Clark with more than 15 years of experience in strategic management and corporate strategies. Most recently, as chief operating officer of Relocation Coordinates International, he was responsible for developing and managing global service supply chains, information technology and digital initiatives, and employee training.
In addition to his degree in sociology/anthropology and German from Lewis & Clark, Campbell has a master’s degree in sport studies from Miami University and a graduate certificate in strategic management from the University of California, San Diego.
Campbell has been dubbed “one of Lewis & Clark’s most active volunteers.” Among other roles, he has been part of his 10-year-reunion organizing team and has served on the Board of Alumni for nearly five years.
Rocky will relocate from San Diego, where he recently completed a three-year term as president of the San Diego High School Foundation and has been an active volunteer with Big Brothers Big Sisters and Junior Achievement.
“We are excited to welcome Rocky on board the Career Center as our new director,” Trustee Heidi Hu B.S. ’85 said. “Rocky is deeply familiar with academic settings and has an easy rapport with both corporate executives and college students. We know his experience and skills will serve him well in his new role and look forward to working with him.”
The following staff members are either new to campus or have a new job title:
Kari Baxter, Business Law Program coordinator, Business Law Program; Tyler Bearden, technology support specialist, Information Technology; Jessica Black, financial aid counselor, Office of Financial Aid; Jolie Burgner, student account specialist, Student and Departmental Account Services; Brett Chapman, director of advancement services, Institutional Advancement; Michael Davis, director of gift planning, Institutional Advancement; Paola Dennis, customer service, transcript, and verification specialist, CAS Registrar; Beatrice Freilich, administrative specialist I, Alumni and Parent Programs; Kate Daniel Govaars, administrative specialist II, College Outdoors; Karen Grove, data assistant, Institutional Advancement; Caitlin Hansen, degree audit and transfer credit specialist II, CAS Registrar; John Harvey, campus safety interim supervisor, Campus Safety; Tiffany Henning, degree audit and transfer credit specialist II, CAS Registrar; Ruben Hernandez, administrative coordinator, Biology; Chelsea Jackson, administrative coordinator, Gender Studies; Roy Kaufmann, director of public relations, Public Affairs and Communications; Stacey Kim, director of marketing and communications, Public Affairs and Communications; Betty Krejci, senior director of philanthropy, Institutional Advancement; Craig Leto, field technician III, Law Computing Services; Zachary Lynott, associate director for corporate and foundation relations, Corporate and Foundation Relations; Stacie Matz, head women’s volleyball coach and instructor, Physical Education and Athletics; Jeffrey Mack, general maintenance, Facilities Services; Damian Miller, assistant director, Research and Assessment Office; River Montijo, registrar, graduate school; Courtney Munz, administrative coordinator, Center for Career and Community Engagement; Julie Newsome, phonathon administrative specialist, Institutional Advancement; Isaac Parker, assistant football coach and instructor, Physical Education and Athletics; Llew Richards, project specialist IV, Information Technology; Dominique Sabedra, area director, Campus Living; Matsya Siosal, director, Center for Community Engagement; Benjamin Skaggs, general maintenance, law school; Kimberly Smith, maintenance engineer, Facilities Services; Sheri Terjeson, director of annual giving, Institutional Advancement; Rolando Villarreal, campus safety officer, Campus Safety; and Roxana Walls, grant and funds administrator, Sponsored Research.
The following people have left Lewis & Clark. Here’s wishing them good luck in their new adventures:
Gabe Bishop, grounds supervisor, Facilities Services; Jean Cardoso, development assistant, Institutional Advancement; Sherri Carreker, instructor and director, Center for Community Engagement; Jovana Combs, legal assistant I, law school; Dave Crandall, general maintenance, Law Facilities Services; Heather Gillespie, textbook buyer, CAS Bookstore; Kirby Gnerre, data manager assistant, Institutional Advancement; Hiromi Head, associate director of annual giving, Institutional Advancement; Tera Hoffman, staff counselor and psychologist, Counseling Service; Valerie Holdahl, customer service, transcript, and verification specialist, CAS Registrar; Tim Hopkin, campus safety supervisor, Campus Safety; Erin Houlihan, administrative coordinator, Counseling Psychology; Anne Jourdan, grant administrative coordinator, Biology; Anh Le, executive legal assistant, Law Dean; Phillip Magbanua, assistant head coach and offensive coordinator, physical education and athletics, Mark Minty, facilities coordinator, physical education and athletics, Aaron Mulkey, analyst and recruiter, Human Resources; Deanna Oothoudt, associate director of marketing, Public Affairs and Communications; William Penn, director of public interest law, law school; Madeline Pruett, director of annual giving, Institutional Advancement; Carolin Thompson, office manager, Legal Clinic; Logan Thurnauer, area director, Campus Living; Bonnie Von Wald, administrative assistant, CAS Dean; Bruce Williamson, director of computing services, law school; and Clifford Wright, general maintenance, Facilities Services.